Pat Burrell: May 2, 2008
After surrendering a 4-1 lead to the Giants in the seventh inning, the Phillies found themselves down 5-4 in the tenth. Facing San Francisco closer Brian Wilson, the Phillies appeared headed for a bad early season loss.
With two outs and two strikes with Chase Utley on base, Burrell hit a shot into the left-field seats to give the Phillies a 6-5 win. Burrell went on to hit 33 home runs for the 2008 World Series champions, his final with the Phillies. Burrell retired following the 2011 season with 292 home runs and 976 RBI.
Shane Victorino: October 2, 2008
In Game 2 of the NLDS against the Brewers, the Phillies faced the tough left-hander CC Sabathia. Following a remarkable at-bat by pitcher Brett Myers that resulted in a walk to load the bases, Victorino hit the most memorable home run of his career. He hit a grand slam to left, scoring Myers, Pedro Feliz, and Jimmy Rollins.
The blast proved to be the game-winner, as the Phillies took the game 5-2. Victorino hit 88 home runs in eight seasons with the Phillies and 108 over a 12 year Major League career.
Matt Stairs: October 13, 2008
Stairs spent a relatively short period of time with the Phillies but made his mark in a big way. After acquiring him late in the 2008 season, Stairs hit two regular-season home runs in 19 at-bats with the Phillies. The biggest hit of his career was also one of his longest.
Up two games to one in the NLCS against the Dodgers, the Phillies found themselves down one heading into the eighth. After Shane Victorino tied the game with a home run, Stairs launched one deep into the right-field seats off Jonathan Broxton to give the Phillies a 7-5 lead and eventual win.